The launch of 5G (fifth generation wireless) by the major wireless service providers in 2020 will help small business and entrepreneurs be more competitive and resilient.
Budget 2019 puts businesses on the sidelines, misses chance to fix fundamental flaws in our economy: Vaughan Chamber of Commerce.
Tuesday, March 19, 2019 - The Government of Canada released its 2019 Federal Budget titled Investing in the Middle Class, which provides an update on the government's finances and makes several policy announcements and spending commitments that will have an...
SUCCESS! Our March Keep it Local Vaughan Mailout reaches 12,000 Vaughan businesses. Our quarterly B2B flyer encourages you to think local. Eighteen Vaughan Chamber members placed their ads, which includes many amazing discounts, sales, and Vaughan savings. Check...
Vaughan Chamber of Commerce members have the opportunity to consider either nominating themselves or someone else to serve on our Board of Directors.
Annual policy document aimed at spurring economic growth in the province The Vaughan Chamber of Commerce and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce release the Ontario Economic Report. Despite a more optimistic outlook for 2019, challenges relating...
Cue the drumroll as we introduce our Volunteer Spotlight of the month… Michael Wood, owner of Helium Video. Michael has been a dedicated volunteer with the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce for over 5 years, and currently serves on the MarCom/Membership Committee. Michael...
By Frank Di Palma, Chief Information Officer, City of Vaughan Member of the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce Technology and Innovation Committee Has your computer ever been attacked by a virus? If you’re the technical go-to person in your circle of family and...
This month we’d like to highlight Caroline Grech, Manager of Government & Community Relations at Seneca College. Caroline has been a member of the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce for a number of years, and started volunteering in 2012. Talk about commitment!
By Jeremy Nickerson, Scopus CommerceScopus Commerce is a division of ColdSpring Commerce Inc. Member of the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce Technology and Innovation Committee While I was upgrading to my latest shiny smartphone recently, the...
The Vaughan Chamber of Commerce with support from local Members of Parliament Francesco Sorbara and Deb Schulte, gathered business leaders from across Vaughan for a discussion with Canada’s Minister of Finance, Bill Morneau.
We thank all those who showed their support for the Vaughan Chamber and committed to being a 2019 Community Champion. Be sure to take notice of our community banners at every VCC event throughout the year!
Today, the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce (VCC) and the Ontario Chamber of Commerce (OCC) released Moving Forward: A Strategic Approach to Ontario’s Transportation Needs, a policy report calling on the Ontario Government to develop a Long-Term Transportation Plan.
This month, we’re shining the spotlight on Elio Gatto, the President and Founder of Social Know How Inc. Elio has been a Vaughan Chamber member for four years and has been volunteering for three of those years on the Marcom/Membership Committee.
The Gov’t of Canada released its Fall Economic Statement with a focus on addressing the business competitive landscape in Canada. The Government acknowledged that the recent tax reform in the U.S has significantly reduced the overall tax advantage that Canada had previously enjoyed.
The Vaughan Chamber is excited to announce that the 2019 Business Achievement Award Nominations are NOW OPEN! Nominate a business today.
There was palpable excitement in the air as over 500 attendees gathered at the Vaughan Chamber’s 9th Annual Women to Women Symposium on Wednesday Nov. 14th! See the full photo album now.
Joe has been a member of the Chamber for eight years and has been volunteering with us for seven of them. To say he’s been active within our network is an understatement!
The Vaughan Chamber’s Technology survey results are in, and they paint a pretty clear picture – our members believe that technology is critical to their business!
Yesterday, the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce convened a roundtable with the Minister of Finance Victor Fedeli and Vaughan MPP Stephen Lecce to discuss broader reforms to drive growth in the economy and increase businesses competitiveness across Ontario.
NAFTA (North American Free Trade Agreement) has been replaced with USMCA (United States Mexico Canada Agreement). Outside of the name change and some contentious provisions, the vast majority of the trade agreements made in NAFTA have been carried over in USMCA.
The group of experts on the panel addressed a slew of issues from the U.S. tax reform and Canada’s reduced competitiveness to the ongoing negotiations around NAFTA.
For businesses looking to move their local files and data to the cloud, we would recommend some research based on your specific needs. Also take into consideration factors such as space requirements, type of files, security, accessibility (devices that will access the files), etc.
Patricia has been volunteering with the Vaughan Chamber for about five years and serves on the Women’s Committee. Her efforts here are endless!
As part of the Vaughan Chamber’s Keep it Local movement, we’ve taken out a full page in snapd Vaughan! Check out these discounts and savings from our members.
Feedback from around the table was on the challenges of finding skilled workers and the impact that it’s having on their ability to scale their operations, and to expand and grow into new markets.
The Healthy Italian dishes about the Vaughan Chamber! Fina Scroppo, otherwise known as The Healthy Italian, has been both a member and volunteer for the Vaughan Chamber for over four years. When asked why she volunteers with the VCC, Fina explains, “It’s...
Purchase an ad in snapd Vaughan magazine with at a significantly reduced rate and reach 104,000 customers!
Nadia has been actively volunteering with us for over four years and is currently the Co-Chair of the Marcom/Membership Committee.
With the legislative session resuming, the Ontario Chamber and the Vaughan Chamber of Commerce wrote to each provincial Cabinet minister, outlining a blueprint to execute over the next four years that will help make Ontario open for business. Our blueprint includes both policy asks where immediate action is required to support business and foundational recommendations for long-term prosperity.